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The New York Botanical Garden looks forward to flowers such as witch-hazels, snowdrops and paperbush flowering in the winter.

New York Botanical Garden Prepares for Winter Season

October 16, 2019

The New York Botanical Garden prepares for winter by planting seeds for the summer and anticipating plants that thrive in the cold.

Stay out of the cold and cuddle up with some recommended classics to beat the winter blues.

Novel Ideas For Cold Weather Reading

January 25, 2017

By Jamie Hashem The New Year has arrived, along with plunging temperatures. While your favorite warm-weather fashion choices may no longer be practical and outdoor sports too frigid to bear thinking about, ...

Democratic candidate Bill de Blasio was recently the figure of a controversial profile, attracting criticism from his opponents.   (Photo Courtesy of Michael Rezin/The Ram)

Trending Now: Calling All Bookworms

March 11, 2015

By Natalie Sturgeon Though this long winter may finally be ending, we aren’t quite out of the snow yet. But never fear, sufferers of cabin fever. Luckily, these last dregs of winter offer a great op...

'Cuffing Season' Is Upon Us

‘Cuffing Season’ Is Upon Us

March 4, 2015

By Elizabeth Forger Last Tuesday, I was strolling the halls of Keating and saw through one of the classroom doors a guy who, this past September, exchanged numbers with me on a night out. After the initial me...

Women's Tennis Battles Through Weather

Women’s Tennis Battles Through Weather

March 4, 2015

By Jake Grogan Consistency is the name of the game for the Fordham women’s tennis team this season, as the squad looks to establish a winning precedent after a shaky 2014. The team ended its campa...

After the cancellation of classes and a shutdown of many on campus services, there was less snow than expected.

With Snow Comes Flurry of Decisions

February 12, 2014

By KELLY KULTYS This winter has been one of the worst the Bronx and Fordham community have seen in the last few years. This semester, the school has been shut down completely for two days, closed early on a Tuesday and opened at 6 p.m. on another. With a winter storm proj...

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